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Resonate Global Mission missionaries Johnny and Kim Gryglewicz are asking you to join them in prayer for Haiti. Protests and road blockades throughout the country have made daily life and ministry difficult.
Anxious faces. Defeated plans. Frustration. Losing heart. Is this what we signed up for when we joined the Missions and Outreach Committee at church? We wanted to be part of spurring our church on. Encouraging them to love and good deeds. We tried to fulfill our mandate, and we thought we had people on our side, but in the end everything we tried failed. What’s wrong with our church? What else can we do? We think we might tell the council it’s time to fold the committee.
How can your church effectively join God in mission? Resonate Global Mission has a team of mission leaders throughout Canada and the United States to help you discern where and how your church can join God on mission. Please join us in welcoming Beth Fellinger to the team. She recently stepped into the role of Resonate’s Regional Mission Leader for Eastern Canada.
I am the type of person you'd expect to get myself into part-time pastoring or bivocationalism or whatever you want to call it. I've always figured out ways to get the money I needed or do the cool thing I wanted to do. I've never been too risk averse when it comes to these sorts of things. I'll avoid bodily pain, but stress was never something I tried to get out of.
Healthy congregations need healthy leaders—but all too often, church planters find themselves on the brink of burnout. This fall, Resonate Global Mission gathered church planters for a spiritual formation retreat so they can thrive in their ministries long term.